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Poster: ducats Date: Dec 27, 2006 3:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: That would be something

that's amazing - does the Family still exist? I think you are stretching it a little to the detriment of the original questioner? I mean there were spinners at the beginning - look at a video from the early days. I remember having some religious cults try to recruit me in lots after shows - but I thought they were the Hari ... from Utah. To me the spinners being referred to is just the people that "spinned" constantly while dancing? I would love to hear from somebody that was actually part of something they believe/ed was a religious experience entwined with the boys. If it existed somebody should be lurking on this site - no? I'm going to check out that other link.

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Poster: rabbseye Date: Sep 13, 2010 7:21pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: That would be something

eye went to guilford high school in ct.
met doug who introduced me to tim in 1981.
years later eye traveled to california and saw my 1st west coast shows and doug introduced me to unlimited devotion.
thus recalling my guilford high school faces whom eye had known a little in 81.
joined up with them and really adapted the spinning methods to the experiences eye was having then.
they lived in a beautiful way when eye went back to northern california with them in philo.
amazing experience eye am still greatly inspired in the spinning techniques, anyone interested in hearing more on this contact me'
very interesting time in my travels am very grateful for douger introducing mee to the tribe ty